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The 2020 presidential campaign is stuffed with an enormity of clichés including, “Congress members can walk and chew gum at the same time,” “at the end of the day,” “both sides of the aisle,” “the only poll that counts is on Election Day,” “It all comes down to turnout,” “premise of your que…

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Thanks to the marvelous storing capacities available in 21st century computer systems, it’s possible to quickly find alphabetized editorials and other data in digital files.

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Traversing any freeway in Southern California takes planning and patience. Leaving early to be somewhere at a certain time is a must and being patient while you sit in traffic is another must.

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On Jan. 14, 2009, the Antelope Valley Press published information about scientists working to learn how to read human minds. Our feature reported that “The story was on ‘60 Minutes.’ ”

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“I’m dreaming of a white Christmas ...” Let’s back up just a bit. Black Friday was a couple days ago, yet snow fell in the Antelope Valley on Thursday, so Christmas is a little over three weeks away. Someone better tell Mother Nature that she’s ahead of schedule. Actually, someone better tel…

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Ten Democrats vying to become America’s next president showed remarkable improvements in their performances Wednesday night in the party’s fifth debate — but also exhibited some extraordinary flaws. They have all been practicing their speeches on the campaign trail.  The fifth outing was sta…

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Going to see a movie has changed over the past two decades. These days, 3D movies and stadium seating are common and meant to make the moviegoers’ experience more enjoyable and comfortable.

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Kudos to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors for authorizing a $14.3 million contract to expand mental health services at the County’s High Desert Regional Health Center.

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Two people lost their lives and four others sustained minor to critical injuries on Thursday, as two separate traffic collisions on opposite sides of the Valley were reported.

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We believe that most Americans recoil in anger and with tears over the loss of lives — often young — and wounds that will last a lifetime in depressive memory each time a senseless, multiple murder crime occurs.

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On the afternoon of Nov. 8, almost a year before the 2020 presidential election, the intelligence community published new guidelines outlining how officials will decide how and when to notify potential victims of foreign interference in U.S. elections.

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The City of Palmdale has been through some changes the past year, first with the election of Mayor Steve Hofbauer, who beat incumbent Jim Ledford in 2018 and now with the installation of a new city manager, to replace James Purtee.

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In recent months, Google, Facebook and Apple have pledged to invest a total of $4.5 billion in land and loans toward stimulating the production of affordable housing in California.

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Tuesday’s editorial about the Antelope Valley Union High School District Board’s latest shenanigans ended with, “Until next time...” Who would have thought that would be so soon?

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On Nov. 4, the first wave of a forthcoming tsunami revealed statements from two witnesses in the House of Representatives who were previously questioned in closed-door testimony hearings.

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Norway maintains an observation post in the far northeast corner of its homeland. The lookout is located 250 miles north of the Arctic Circle where Russian activities can be observed round the clock.

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There’s seldom a day that goes by without some type of violence topping the headlines. Sometimes the incidents are in some other part of the country or world and sometimes they hit closer to home.

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On Thursday, the Democrats in the House of Representatives scored a favorable vote of 232 to 196, approving a resolution formally authorizing and articulating guidelines for the next phase of its impeachment inquiry.

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Millions of magical, mysterious stories have emerged from America’s entrepreneurial enterprises ever since the first pilgrims arrived. Today, we’ll cite two examples, both dating back to the 19th century and both qualified as local tales.

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It’s nearly November and we all know what that means ... yes, Thanksgiving and Christmas are right around the corner, but more importantly, flu season is here.

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In past years, when efforts were made to start California school classes later, the Antelope Valley Press editorially supported the time change, but nothing was passed in Sacramento.

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The Antelope Valley was plagued with high wind again on Friday, much to the chagrin of those in danger of losing power because of the wind and potential fire danger.

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The heavily publicized facts about the two crashes of Boeing’s 737 Max jetliners, far from the United States, undoubtedly caused enormous distress among humans who suffer from a fear of flying.